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outbreak, sweeping across the midwest and southeast, leaving a trail of destruction in indiana, ken tucky and ohio, killing at least 27 people. the death toll could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive updates from local authorities. some of the worst damage is in southern indiana. the violent weather there killing at least 13 people. one local sheriff is urging everyone to exercise extreme caution. >> there has been a state of emergency declared here in clark county. so if you are on the roads and you are just gawking, please stay home. you are not helping us. but if you -- if you have a need, please, don't be afraid to call us. but if we will enforce the state of emergency. we have guys working their tails off, trying to make this thing a workable deal. and it's just an unbelievable disaster. >> and joining us on the phone now is rod russell. he is the spokesman for the indiana joint information center. good morning to you. what can you tell us about the latest death toll? >> caller: friday afternoon, a tornado swept through southwestern indiana. currently, we have 13 con
of the hardest hit areas. friday's storms killed at least 39 people across five states. parts of southern indiana and kentucky were just devastated. 21 people died in kentucky where the governor has asked for federal assistance. terrell brown is in henryville, indiana with the latest. good morning, terrell. >> betty, good morning to you. it was the unseasonably warm air that triggered these deadly storms causing damage that you see here like this. would you believe three days later, snow is falling across the same region and their timing couldn't be any worse as thousands here don't have power. people in henryville, indiana, are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when tragedy. >> two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles per hour. the cleanup is under way, but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high s
>> today indiana governor mitch daniels with the latest on the devastating tornado damage, and newt gingrich and ron paul on the countdown to super tuesday. it has been one of the worst storms ever. at least 38 people dead as mighty tornadoes roared through 12 states. in kentucky and indiana, some small towns were not just hit hard, but destroyed. and this morning, thousands of across the middle of america are trying to put their lives back together. we'll get the latest from governor mitch daniels who toured the hard hit state yesterday, and then turn to campaign 2012 with super tuesday 48 hours away. we'll hear from newt gingrich. can he rez rec his campaign yet again? >> i have to win georgia, i think, to be credible in the race. >> and then there's ron paul, yet to win a contest, but don't tell him that. >> the good news is we're doing very well in getting delegates. >> we'll talk to him too. this is face the nation. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> bob: good morning and welcome to "face the nation". what are you s
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
news. the second tornado outbreak this week. cameras captured this apparent twister in borden, indiana, late friday and this morning. nbc news is confirming at least 32 deaths in three states. the storms moved east overnight in charlotte, north carolina. the severe weather destroyed homes and damaged others and some brand new video shows several dozen trees laying on the ground and debris littering that ground there. many parts of tennessee were affected from the city of ottawa. we just received this video showing damage filling the street and stuck with trees. many homes lost parts of their roof, but most devastation is in southern indiana. this in the town of henriville and we're getting a good look at the damage and entire homes are ripped from their foundations and are surrounded by dozens of downed trees. the most dramatic image may be the school busses tossed around like toys. children escaped to safety just moments before the storm struck. those who survived are stunned at the destruction, but they do remain hopeful. here's what they told lester holt. >> i put her in the basemen
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
the united states, from texas and indiana, kentucky and georgia, 17 million people were in the deadly path. >> you could hear people praying, let us get through this. >> entire neighborhoods are flattened. schools in ruins. but spirits are strong. >> a lot of good friends, still got our family. what more can we ask for? >> the fact of the matter is people who live here are resilient, god-fearing, they're tough, and we're knocked down but not knocked out. >> in henryville, indiana, crews spent the day combing debris in hopes of finding survivors. in west liberty, kentucky, equipment is already in place to clear away what the storms knocked down. in the midst of so much heart yeak there are reasons to hope. these dogs were pulled from the rubble, reunited with their owners, a strong sign that these communities will return. >> back near san francisco, police are investigating a hit-and-run accident that left man in his 50s in critical condition. it happened in the for -- >> police are investigating an early morning fatal shooting in east oakland. man was found dead by polic
news in indiana as residents there and other parts of the country begin to clean up after a series of devastating storms. >>> celebration and fear tonight in russia. what the country is bracing for following the presidential victory of putin. >>> we are wrapping up a very warm bay area weekend. the one direction temperatures will be headed toward tomorrow and when we could be dodging a few light showers. >> nice job, ben. >> announcer: well played, dan. well played. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. ' like gate d12 for the next three hours. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> a painful clean up task has begun in the aftermath of a deadly storm system in the midwest and south. at least 39 people were killed including a toddler who had initially survived. mike tobin has more from east bernstad kentucky. >> reporter: as residents continued to assess the heavy damage, this is one of the latest victims. a 15 -month-old indiana toddler died today. the victim of the same tornado that killed her parents and two siblings. angel babcock was fo
miles from holland, indiana, all of the way into ohio. that's 52 miles where we're finding stories of survival. new video of that massive twister as it careens towards this small town. we know now that it was a powerful ef-4, packing winds of 175 miles per hour, and in these new images, the town just moments after impact. >> we just had a huge tornado come through. we're in henryville, indiana. >> reporter: the view from the air, shocking. where there were whole neighborhoods, there's now nothing. >> grew up here with three older brothers. lot of memories. >> you work hard for something. and then you lose it in just ten minutes. >> reporter: across this town the search for survivors continues as does the painful chore of homeowners trying to salvage what they can. if there's one common theme in this shredded community, it's the image of yellow school buses tossed everywhere. kendall green drove those buses every day, but this day was different. >> tornado weather, you can't do anything about it. it's going to do what it wants. >> reporter: did you have a feeling? >> yeah, it wasn't
following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
's heartland, it appears damaged in southern indiana and western kentucky. tornadoes killed at least 39 people and in all 52 people have been killed by tornadoes in the past week. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. amateur photographer captured one twister forming near a gas station. they say another tornado packed wind gusts up to 175 miles per hour. >>> also this morning, a 2-year-old girl is in critical condition. she is the only member of her immediate family to survive one of those deadly tornadoes. coming up in less than 10 minutes. a story of sadden and hope and the toddler named angel. >> in overnight news. an ac transit passenger was pursued in oakland. >> they were chasing after the driver and what they believe was a stolen mercedes beans. they per sued him -- mercedes-benz and they couldn't overtake him. the passengers bumped his head and he is okay. the suspect after crashing his car, he was caught by police. >>> a high speed chase overnight in concord ended with a chase at 2:00 on clayton road. police tried to stop the car and it kept going. speeds topped 90 mile
to go. >>darya: in indiana, at least 42 tornadoes struck 10 states on friday. 13 people were killed from tornadoes and indiana. a massive brushfire said smoke and flames into the air over buckeye arizona. more than 300 a. over scorched. >>mark: same man at center howff a u2 video of asking for professional help if as he is losing -- he is seven accounts and trying to lose hundreds of pounds. >> it is a well time to cry for help. his mortality risk is through roof. >> the first thing i want to do is look in the night and see how serious he is and whether he is willing to do what it takes. >>mark: he will be meeting with dr. phil today. >>darya: we're back with more in a couple of minutes. did not go away. here is a live look in san jose. it is a little bit windy in san jose, 42 with high of 64. >>darya: here is a look at top stories we're covering. police are trying to figure out the motive behind a shooting that happened in sunnyvale. there were two bodies found inside of that home. from the and santorum are each claiming a victory after the big super tuesday vote yesterday. today, a
a southern slider if you will. that snow starting to the west around illinois. around indiana and, yes, that includes also southern indiana. this is the same area we were talking about at the end of last week, the tornado ravaged areas of southern indiana and kentucky so they had snow on top of that just adding insult to injury. and that system made its way off to the east clipping us. next, cold air for us with those snow showers and flurries winding down around 7:00 or 7:30. a cold night, sunshine with real, chilly air that will be on tap throughout the day tomorrow. so cool day coming our way tomorrow. flurries ending. skies clearing but cold. sunset today 6:06. 31 to 37 degrees with a northwest wind at 10 to 15 miles per hour. then yeah. cold air for a change starting out again. sun is up at 6:32 tomorrow and when you head out the door you're definitely going to need your coat. 22 to 29 degrees for the temperature but by the afternoon should get up to 45 to 50 degrees. that's still a couple degrees below average. meanwhile take a look at this. your four day forecast. i think you're
indiana. a senator: i rise today in support of jobs and national security. first i want to take a moment to express my condolences to families who have lost loved ones in the tornadoes that struck indiana and other states on march 2. mr. lugar: last weekend senator coats and i toured the damaged areas of southern indiana and met with people who are dedicated to a full recovery from total devastation. i want to pay special tribute to advanced preparedness by the schools and many others that prevented even greater loss of life. also our gratitude goes out to the first responders who are doing amazing work in, some cases while facing their own devastating circumstances. i'm returning this weekend to encourage the continuing progress for recovery, and i'm working closely with governor daniels and other state officials to coordinate federal assistance that is appropriate given the level of devastation. madam president, i do rise in support of american jobs and national security in a very strong way and to encourage my colleagues to support the keystone x.l. pipeline amendment i've offered wit
of snow covered indiana this morning, complicating clean up efforts in the town. two tornadoes hit that town including an ef4, one of the most powerful storms packing winds of up to two hundred miles an hour. 42 swept across ten states friday killing dozens of people. >>> and one after another cars slid and spun out of control at this columbus ohio intersection. the driver was shaken but nobody was seriously hurt. crews eventually were called out to salt the icy roadway. >>> makes me feel fortunate that we live here in the bay area doesn't it? >> we have a little bit of everything in this week's forecast. ly get right down to it and kick start with the live weather camera looking out to the transamerica building. it stands 850 feet tall. we are looking down at the bank of low clouds and fog pushing on shore with the very aggressive wind out of the west increasing to 30 miles an hour. temperature wise livermore has dropped five degrees in the past 30 minutes, after realizing the high of 75 degrees. san francisco now at the 51 but today's high was only 54 degrees. check this out. wi
and exacted their revenge last night and outscored indiana by 20 in the third. chicago wins it. no secret the clippers the most improved team in the league but starting to look like the clippers of old and dropped five of their last eight. the timberwolves kevin love, played like a man among boys. 39 points and 17 boards. clips had a chance to tie the game two seconds left but chris paul missed a free throw. timberwolves win it. 95-94. college hoops last year, cinderella heading back to the big dance and beat drexel in the championship game. dragons had a chance to tie but couldn't get the three to fall at the buzzer. bcu punching its ticket to the tournament, 59-56. gonzaga and mary are both heading to the tournament, but only one could win the west coast conference. final seconds, zags down 3. harris pulled up to tie the game and force overtime. st. mary's took the lead in the extra frame and won the wcc 78-74. overtime there. how about double overtime here? davidson and western carolina. wildcats up two with a minute left and earned an automatic bid to the tournament with a win in doub
a live report from indiana. >>> 7:37. if you are just waking up, we have some delays on b.a.r.t. this morning because of an earlier earthquake. tara joins us now. >> that's right. officials cut down all stations. they've resumed service after finding no dag. but it's delayed things -- no damage. but it has delayed things. >>> a covered car carrier with vintage cars is stuck. this is 80 westbound just before treasure island. a sig-alert was issued a few minutes ago. but it's since been downgraded. >>> let's talk about dense fog. look at this. you can't even tell this is the east shore freeway. the same story at the bridges are foggy. give yourself extra time. 280 at the split, we have some traffic there at the bo tom portion -- bottom portion of your screen. northbound 280 going forward. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, tara. some of that fog seems to be thickening up, especially around 6:00. it wasn't bad, bad early but now it's starting to get really thick from napa, interstate 80, parts of the city. so coast, fog, bay, fog. mostly sunny but not as warm. colder tomorrow,
and debris and the federal emergency management agency touring the areas including in indiana where a dozen were killed. some folks in southern indiana have lived their for decades but this one line of storms has forced them to start from scratch. and now in kentucky the locals are working together to make sure everyone has food and other supplies needed. this show is a temporary shelter for dozens in west liberty, texas, wet of lexington. >> the downtown west liberty is full of activity as we look around. mostly what we have are emergency crews and repair trues and the state police directing traffic and a fuel truck from the national guard and a humvee from the national guard mostly emergency crews and mostly rescue-type personally and repair personal. a lost residents are running because a report want out over local media telling them it is okay but the state police say they do not want the residents returning. and now, downtown every single structure in this town, about 8,300 buildings suffered severe damage and they are probably destroyed. also, the heroes from the course of the storm,
the south and the midwest. henryville, indiana, as we reported, got hit hard way a massive twister. for the first time a look at funnel cloud as it took aim at one couple who did not get out of the way in time. susan candiotti has their story. >> kept coming, getting bigger and bigger. it was way on the other side, and you could see it coming down. >> i'm recording it now. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: from their living room window, lenora and her husband wayne saw a tornado coming at them in the distance. both of you grabbed a camera? >> we both had our little cameras and doing it. >> that's as far -- ah -- >> man, that's a big one, too. it's a huge one. >> listen to it. >> he did not like storms. he watched them, and he liked seeing them, but i was a storm lover. >> reporter: but this twister was for real. >> it's coming right toward henryville. maybe we should tell them. >> it won't move. >> it's coming here. it's picking up. it's picking stuff up. look, you can see it rotate. >> hope it goes to the north of us. it looks like it's heading right towards us. >> we could see it li
huge portions newscast midwest and southeast tonight. storms leaving a trail of destruction in indiana, ken tucky and ohio, killing at least 20 people. the death toll could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive updates from local authorities. some of the worst damage is in southern indiana. violent weather there killing at least 14 people. in one town, completely wiped off the map and tearing a roof off a high school. this comes just days after a huge storm system triggered dozens of tornados that left 13 dead in illinois, missouri, tennessee and kansas. now back to "on the record." and for all of your headlines, go to foxnews.com. you are watching the most powerful name in news, fox newschannel. stay with us. >> >> oklahoma on super tuesday. the governor has not made an endorsement. will she announce her pick before the primary? good evening. >> reporter: how are you, greta? >> very well. are you going to endorse between now and super tuesday? and if so, do we get the pleasure of having it here? now? >> reporter: i am not planning on endorsing right now. you know, oak is
that they were kept at arm's length. as it stands now, indiana republican senator richard lugar will not actually be able to vote for himself in his state's may primary. today a county election board voted along party lines to find lugar and his wife ineligible to vote in their former home district because he does not own a house there or live there. lugar's office blasted the decision, noting the state election commission unanimously ruled his lack of a permanent indiana home does not disqualify him from being on the ballot. as of now, he's on the ballot. but won't be able to cast one. >>> finally, police, firefighters and other trenton city workers were down to their last rolls of toilet paper as a result of a budget battle in the garden state. luckily an emergency appropriation of $16,000 by the city council saved the day. meanwhile, animal rights group peta offered a six-month supply of free toilet paper rolls. the toilet paper donation came with the condition that each sheet would contain a pro vegan message that read in part, wipe cruelty from your diet. >>> from wipes to swipes, there is a
on an indiana field friday hours after a tornado killed her parents and two siblings. by sunday she lost all brain function her heartbroken grandmother agreed to have her removed from life support. >> reporter: mother nature not giving the folks in henryville indiana a break a blanket of wet snow covering the rubble left behind after tornadoes slammed into the tiny town. the twister packing 170-mile per hour winds, flattened homes and businesses, the clean up in kentucky is under way, folks sifting through piles of debris they used to call homes, neighbors coming together to help each other out. >> makes me want to cry at the same time makes me happy knowing that there is this many people reaching out to those in need. >> national weather service confirming ef 2 tornado touched down in this tennessee town at 300-yards wide and standing 7 miles, the massive twister covered plenty of terrain. >> very unfortunate it came through the middle of the town but fortunate it didn't intensify until it got past the most populated areas. >> tornado blamed for damage suffered in mecklenburg county north c
has been resolved and is confident it was an isolated incident. >>> now to henryville, indiana. you've seen the stories of survival and devastation from the tornadoes. but probably nothing as incredible as the story of stephanie decker. >> this is what's left of the decker's home after two tornadoes blew through henryville, indiana. but just before the devastation struck, stephanie decker didn't think twice. she immediately grabbed her 5 and 8-year-old boys, covering them with a blanket, shielding them from the debris. >> i was reaching around, holding them, and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them. >> reporter: but the wreckage did hit her, breaking seven ribs, almostsevering both of her legs. >> i had two steel beams on my legs, and i couldn't -- i couldn't move. i was stuck. >> reporter: but the worst wasn't over. a second twister headed righted for stephanie's family. pinned down by the steel beams, she covered her two children again. >> and they're screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die. please don't let me die. >> reporter: un
the northwest earlier this month. storms that ended up killing 14 people in the state of indiana, the number could have been higher if it wasn't for a fast-thinking school bus driver in henryville. this is the video first of the tornado itself. which is absolutely remarkable in its own right. this is a massive f4 tornado that struck on march 2nd at 3:00 p.m. angel perry was driving 11 of her students home from school when she radioed dispatch. listen to what she said about what she saw. >> i'm about a minute and half from the school. >> there is a tornado touching down about one mile from me. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh is right. angel had to make a quick decision and she made that decision to turn around, head back to the school, get there and get those kids off the bus fas fast. >> everybody stay together. the group together right now. go. go. go. go. one, two, three, four, five. six. seven. eight. nine. come on. come on. ten. go. go. >> calm and cool. look at the video from her school bus security camera. three minutes after the kids got off the bus. >> man. >> look at this. hail and 1
difficult in parts of indiana. they went from 70 degrease to below freezing. fema and red cross on the ground there as utility crews race to restore power. have a look. >> we don't really realize what destruction is until you see it. >> we heard things like shingles falling off the roof and things breaking. >> i thought it was over. when i laid down i thanked the lord for my children and my life and a good life. >> chaos. looked like a bomb went off. started swirling. jammed on the brakes. covered my head and laid down underneath the dash. the truck was rockin' and rollin' and i thought it would never quick. bill: what was remarkable how much warning people had and still the strong enough storms to kill 39. governor mitch daniels called a state of emergency in 39 county. martha: that is hart breaking. in kentucky a 15-month-old baby was a symbol of hope for tornado survivors. the babely lost her battle in all this. angel babcock was found alive in a field after a twister killed her parents and two of her siblings on friday night. she was flown from their home into that field. an
sandwiches. subway. eat fresh. >>> it is 7:22. a mother in indiana lost both her legs after sheeding her kids from a devastating tornado. stephanie decker successfully used her body to shield her 5- year-old daughter and 8-year- old son when friday atornado tore through marysville, indiana. the family's home clamsed onto her. she ended -- collapsed onto her. she ended up losing one leg below the knee and one leg below the ankle. >> i was reaching down holding them and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them. i -- i had two steel beams on my legs. i couldn't move i was stuck. >> deckerrary children were not injured -- decker's children were not injured. at least 40 people were killed. now snow in kentucky and indiana are complicating efforts to deal with the destruction. fema is affecting the destruction. >> what do you say about that story? >> right. >>> let's check in with tara. what happened in pet lieu spa. >> we have reports of a fire. some some wires are -- let puma? >> well, we have reports of a fire. some wires -- some wires are sparking. and the chp is do going
of people died in a string of twisters across the south and the midwest. henryville, indiana, as we reported, got hit hard way a massive twister. for the first time a look at funnel cloud as it took aim at one couple who did not get out of the way in time. susan candiotti has their story. >> kept coming, getting bigger and bigger. it was way on the other side, and you could see it coming down. >> i'm recording it now. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: from their living room window, lenora and her husband wayne saw a tornado coming at them in the distance. both of you grabbed a camera? >> we both had our little cameras and doing it. >> that's as far -- ah -- >> man, that's a big one, too. it's a huge one. >> listen to it. >> he did not like storms. he watched them, and he liked seeing them, but i was a storm lover. >> reporter: but this twister was for real. >> it's coming right toward henryville. maybe we should tell them. >> it won't move. >> it's coming here. it's picking up. it's picking stuff up. look, you can see it rotate. >> hope it goes to the north of us. it looks like it's heading rig
. florida swing state. ohio a swing state. most people think indiana will go back to republicans. you have some republicans who say we can play here and here. i'll do it for the sake of argument. ohio is a swing state. nevada the highest unemployment in the country, you have to make that a swing state. arizona could be a swing state. new mexico i'm going to leave that in president obama's now. some republicans will argue with me. let's start right here. 13. right? there will be more. there will be more people at home might think so that gets obama down to 207. i think our chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is listening to us as we go. prove it to me, republicans. keep these in the democratic column until you can prove otherwise. we were in florida for a debate. even the democrats think this is tough for president obama. let's give it to the republicans. let's for the sake of argument split the difference. let obama keep virginia. and give north carolina to the republicans. where are we now? the president is getting close. that was a pickup for the president. i'm convinced just
the news. a harrowing story of survival. an indiana woman who used her body to shield her children from a twister and lost part of both of her legs. she described her ordeal earlier on the "today" show. >> everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. and they are screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. and i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. i took my phone and i made a video to my husband telling him i love him. >> amazingly, stephanie survived. others, not so lucky. the storms killed 40 across five states. 22 victims in kentucky, 13 in indiana, three in ohio, one person in alabama and one in georgia. >>> on a completely different note this morning, there is a whole lot of money for 81-year-old louise white from rhode island. she came forward to claim the $336 million prize in the powerball jackpot. >> i'm very happy. and i'm very proud. and this will mak
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